Josh Allen was on a tear this season, he was the best he's ever been in every major passing category. He had 4,544 yards, 37 TD's, and a 69.2% completion percentage. Led the Buffalo Bills to a 13-3 record, and Josh Allen finally tapped into the deep ball with the addition of Stefon Diggs in the offseason. Diggs proved that he was a true number one when he came to Buffalo by breaking every single season receiving record. Him and Josh Allen formed a deadly connection and they took the AFC by storm and finally surmounting themselves as the best team in the division that included a very competitive Miami Dolphins team coached by Brian Flores. Josh Allen is not only throwing deep balls, but he also has the most rushing touchdowns by a QB since 2018. He puts it all on the line every snap and played an MVP level season, Aaron Rodgers had to go off though so that wasn't a possibility. Depending what happens with Deshaun Watson becoming a Dolphin will really tell the tale for how long the Bills will run the division. Also, Bill Belicheck isn't going anywhere and we'll see if the hiring of Robert Salas for the New York Jets will prove to be the right move for the franchise. With weapons galore for the Bills, including Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Beasley, Knox and John Brown, Allen has plenty of playmakers to get the ball to and if the defense can bring it together, they maybe able to over throw the Chiefs in the next five years.